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Create Your Own Adventure     View
Choose an adventure (such as "Rescue at Sea!" or "Tale of Discovery"), enter your choice of words, and view the resulting story in which the selected words are incorporated. Part of a companion site to the Public Broadcasting Serv ...

Shôjo Manga     View
Collection of material about Japanese comic books for girls and women. Includes an essay about the historical development of this genre of comics, a list of manga titles for girls, and a discussion of the facial look of manga characters. In English a ...

Finding Scholarly Literature on Graphic Novels     View
Brief guide to locating scholarly literature on graphic novels in online databases and print resources. Includes advice on subject terms used for graphic novels. From Columbia University Libraries.

Comic Books and Graphic Novels: Digital Resources for an Evolving Form of Art and Literature     View
Annotated links to online resources on comic books and graphic novels, which "are becoming two of the most pervasive and influential media forms of popular culture. ... Scholarship and research surrounding comic books and graphic novels are grow ...

We Tell Stories     View
In this "digital writing project ... Penguin challenged some of its top authors to create new forms of story -- designed specially for the internet," and which were inspired by literary classics. For example, "The 21 Steps" (inspi ...

Pokemon World     View
If you don't know a Pikachu from a Bellsprout, this is the place to learn. This heavily graphic site presents an encyclopedia of characters ( Pokedex ), television show synopses (in Cartoons ), games (with strategy guides), how to spot counterfeit me ...

Los Angeles Public Library: Short Story Index     View
"An index to short stories in collections and anthologies in the Los Angeles Public Library. Only stories which are not listed individually in the Library's on-line catalog are included in this file." Records include the title of the collec ...

Literature: What Makes a Good Short Story?     View
This site offers explanations of literary elements (plot development, point of view, character, setting, and theme) using Susan Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers" as the example. An Annenberg/CPB Projects Learner Online site.

Kate Chopin: A Re-Awakening     View
Web companion to the Louisiana Public Broadcasting's homage to this great Southern writer of the late nineteenth century. Includes video clips and transcripts from the program, interviews, a chronology of her life, links to other Chopin Web sites, se ...

Ray Bradbury     View
Biographical information about Ray Bradbury, author of science fiction novels such as "Fahrenheit 451" and "The Martian Chronicles." Includes a video interview with the author, a chronology of his work, and active message boards. ...




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